We all harbor secrets. Some are big and bad; some are small and trivial. Researchers have parsed which truths to tell and which not to.
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How therapists can begin protecting their patients.
Empirical research suggests that extending the rights of marriage to single-sex couples is likely to lead to stronger and more psychologically healthy families.
A growing body of evidence suggests a detrimental feedback loop can emerge between the brain and the penis when men rely too heavily on pornographic images to masturbate.
A recent op-ed piece appearing in the Sunday New York Times has touched a nerve with quite a number of therapists.
Today across American college campuses, LGBT students will be celebrating National Coming Out Day.
Being away from home for the first time can be liberating, but it can also be anxiety provoking.
Why is it our leaders are unable to put aside partisanship in order to lead? The answer may have more to do with human psychology than actual politics.
According to a recent study, many college students are exhibiting symptoms associated with addiction including withdrawal, cravings, and elevated anxiety.
Chances are you've already visited Google at least once today, but is your reliance on Google affecting how you acquire and retain information?
New studies are asking important questions about the effectiveness of psychoactive drugs and the conclusions drawn may surprise you.
Is Facebook impeding our ability to connect with one another?
Transgender people are one of the least protected and most persecuted groups in this country. What people should know about the transgender community...
Most therapists will go into their own therapy at some point in their career. Here's why...
Should therapists help their gay clients stay in the closet?
Is it okay for therapists to google their patients?
Anderson Cooper examines an "experimental therapy" that can have deadly consequences.
Therapists are often lampooned by Hollywood writers. Thankfully, HBO's "In Treatment" offers a more accurate and nuanced portrayal of a modern day therapist.
Annoyance is an universal emotion but one that is often misunderstood. Why is listening to another person's cell phone conversation so annoying to us?
Are millennials really as narcissistic as the media makes them out to be? Or, is one kid's narcissism just another kid's resiliency?
This Memorial Day, let's remember those who sacrificed their lives for our country, as well as those who continue to battle PTSD.
There has been growing media attention devoted to the recent wave of suicides among LGBT youth, but it's going to take more than media campaigns to stop the epidemic.
The New York Times reported yesterday that male therapist are a dying breed. Why is the "feminization" of psychotherapy a bad thing for everyone?
A recent government study indicates 1 in 5 American adults suffer from some form of mental illness, and many are going untreated.
Satoshi Kanazawa's recent post on female beauty has caused a firestorm of controversy on the Internet. Psychology Today needs to take a stand.
Franz Kafka's contribution to society is not strictly literary.
For psychologists who want prescription authority,
what’s wrong with going to medical school?
Proposed changes to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual could do more harm than good.
This Mother’s Day let’s not forget about fathers.
Researchers have consistently found that lawyers lead the nation with the highest incidence of depression. Why is it exactly that so many lawyers are so depressed?
Dr. Tyger Latham is a clinical psychologist practicing in Washington, D.C., where he specializes in men's issues, trauma, and LGBT concerns.